Leveson Richard Sir 1570 1605 : A sermon, preached at the funerall of that most honorable and worthie knight S. Richard Leueson : vice-admirall of England: who dyed at London the 2. of August, and was interred at VVooluer Hampton in the countie of Stafford, the 2. day of September following. Anno Domi. 1605. By Samuel Page, Batchelour in Diuinitie, and vicar of Deptford in Kent.; Page, Samuel,
Levet John : Malice against ministry manifested by the plain and modest plea and defence of Zach. Crofton : minister of the Gospel at Buttolphs Aldgate London unto the false and frivolons [sic] charge of Tho. Harrison, and John Levet against him exhibited unto the commissioners for the ejection of ignorant, scandalous and insufficient ministers, &c. within the City of London. In which you have his past credit attested. Present plea demurred. Particular articles duly and distinctly answered.; Crofton, Zachary,
Levett John Gent Active 1679 : The case of the Honourable William Ward Esq; son and heir apparent of the Right Honourable Edward Lord Ward, John Levett, Gent., and Mary his wife: : humbly offered to the consideration of the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled.; Ward, William,
Levingston Thomas Sir : An Account of the late great and famous victory obtained over two thousand High-land rebels, in the north of Scotland, by His Majesty's forces, commanded by Sir Tho. Levistone : with a particular relation of the killing five hundred of the enemy, and the taking of one huodred [sic] prisoners, of which number were several officers of note.
Levinson Barry : Levinson on Levinson / edited by David Thompson.; Levinson, Barry.
Levinz William 1625 1698 : Bibliotheca Levinziana, sive, Catalogus diversorum librorum plurimis facultatibus, linguisq[ue] variis, præ-cæteris excellentium : quos ingenti sumptu, & summa curâ sibi procuravit Doct. G. Levinz M.D. in Academ. Oxoniens. S. Joh. Colleg. Præses dignissimus, nec non ling. Græcæ professor Regius : quorum auctio habenda est in gratiam doctissim. virorum Academ. Oxon. in edibus Banisterianis prope northgate (29) die Junii 1698 / per Edoardum Millingtonum, bibliopol. Londin.; Millington, Edward,